Gear up landing in Maryland yesterday

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  1. weilke

    weilke Touchdown! Greaser! PoA Supporter

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    I don't believe the '66 Pa30 had a key. 3 position ignition switches and a pushbutton for the starter is what I remember.
     
  2. Hank S

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    But he needs his car keys to go home . . . .
     
  3. Hawker800

    Hawker800 Line Up and Wait

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    Stayed on the centerline.
     
  4. WannFly

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    I am getting a feel of this too. Practiced some crossword landings today 16g24 from 30 degrees, all 3 were greezer, 10 times better than calm days. On calm days and especially when I have a pax, I am guaranteed to land with a thud or plop

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  5. denverpilot

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    Car keys. Car keys.
     
  6. GRG55

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    LOL. No. First you have to ASK them. What are the things that do, or could, increase the cost of my insurance?
    THEN they will tell you.